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... by the Pantheon. The staff were delighted to show us that the Pete and Jenny's bed rises up and exposes a spa bath and our bed is suspended in the air with the spa bath under the couch! What! In the evening we had a Coliseum tour, quite spooky with all those dead Gladiators ...
We started our day with a coffee from a little bar around the corner which Frederico had recommended. He'd mentioned the elderly owners but even so, we were surprised to find a man about 300 years old behind the counter. He set about making our coffees with a well practised skill made shaky with age. A woman we took to be his daughter swooped in at the last minute to save him from spilled milk which a burst of compassion made me want to cry over. None the ...
... faith. Stopped at nearby church, lit a candle for our little sweetie. Time to head home, a stroll down Via Nazionale to the Piazza Delia Repubblica, hang a left, and home past the American embassy at the Palazzo Margherita, this time a photo, the guards are a tad touchy. Day 4 down, 5 hours of walking, time for a traditional pizza and a cold one - local of course. The best pizza I have ever had, a big call, simple, but ...
... I got my fill and left the crazy crowded Coliseum for the Spanish Steps. Little did I understand, that ALL of Rome is crowded.
To get to the Spanish Steps, I took the Metro. From this experience, I discovered that Rome has an awful Metro system with only two lines that don’t really go through the center of town. It’s comparable to Atlanta’s awful MARTA system. By the "Spanish Steps," I was expecting the fairy tale version I remembered from ...
... a taxi rather than risking the bus. We had pre-ordered our tickets for the Vatican Museum and were especially glad we had done so when we saw the line of people without ticket vouchers. It was huge and was not moving at all. The museum just goes on and on, filled with wonders collected for ages. The ceilings are especially beautiful. After long halls of tapestries, old maps, broken penises, and fig leaves, we quietly entered the Sistine Chapel. We ...
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